When you like the photo, but detest the text, don’t worry. You can edit the text on photographs using Photoshop, as long as the letters were typed on a separate text layer. You can rewrite the text, or remove it entirely, and your picture will be very good to go in your weblog or in an report. Even so, if the file is in the JPG format, you will have to block the text out. First, we will start by showing you how to replace a text on a jpg image using adobe photoshop. Then we will show you how you edit a text on your jpg image.
Replacing Text on a JPG Image Using Photoshop
- 1: Click “File” > “Open” and browse your “Pictures” or other folder for the photograph with text you want to get rid of or change.
- 2: Select the image and click “Open” in the “Pictures” dialog box. It will open as one particular background layer simply because text and picture are merged in a JPG
- 3: Select the “Crop” tool from the Toolbox on your left, and drag it over to the photograph. Crop it so the wording doesn’t show up, if doable. If not, go to the following stage.
- 4: Click “Layer” in the top Toolbox, and choose “Duplicate Layer” in the drop-down. The background layer duplicate will be active.
- 5: Change the Foreground color in the tiny boxes on the left Toolbox to match the background behind the text, if the background record is a reliable color. Click the “Rectangle” instrument and draw a solid color box on top rated of the wording to block it out. Use the “T” tool to type in a new message, or depart the box blank.
- 6: Use the “Clone Stamp” device to clone part of the background if it is not a reliable shade. Drag the tool to the section of the background you want to duplicate and Alt + Click on. Drag the circle that pops above to the text. Click on to stamp the cloned track background over the type until it is completely blocked out. Use the “T” tool to write in a new message if you like.
Editing a Text on a PSD File in Photoshop
- 1: Click “File” > “Open” on the far top Toolbar in Photoshop. Search your “Pictures” or other folder to find the image with the text you want to make changes to.
- 2: Select the picture and click “Open” in the “Pictures” dialog box. Photoshop will then open it and show all its layers in the “Layers” palette.
- 3: Click the “T” in the Toolbox on the left of the display screen, with the “T” layer selected in the “Layers” palette on the right.
- 4: Select the old text message, and substitute it with the new message or remove the text box completely if you do not want any wording.
- 5: Click “File” > “Save as” and save your newly edited image as a PSD to protect all the layers, then save again as a JPG for a more compact, single-layer file.
Some helpful tips:
- You can also use the “Brush” device to paint over the text you want to remove or edit. Make sure you do this on a separate new layer so that you don’t mess up your other layers.
- You can’t edit text on a JPG picture. To get rid of it, you need to crop it out or block it out on a new layer. Then use the “T” instrument to type new text.